HELP KIDS MAKE FRIENDS
Abused kids often feel protected by keeping their secrets to themselves.
And they are often threatened into silence. They feel ashamed. They believe that others will see that there’s something wrong with them if they let them too close.
So they don’t risk having friends. They think that no one could possibly like them after what happened—even though it was in no way their fault.
So kids can’t be kids. And it can remain that way their entire lives without an intervention. And sadly, because they are isolated, they rarely tell anyone about their abuse.
The Teachers’ Trauma Toolkit for Isolated kids is built to help -
• Understand how trauma can impact trust• Begin bonding with a safe adult• Increase self-esteem• Develop assertiveness• Highlight what is special about each child
Help a child learn how to bond again! Build your FREE Toolkit by clicking and ordering your favorite Tools below.
TOOL I: Teach Stages of PTSD
TOOL II: Provide 1 on 1 Mentoring Meetings
TOOL II: Teach Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Model
TOOL II: Teach Negotiation Skills
TOOL II: Track Positive Traits & Behaviors
TOOL II: Teach Assertiveness Skills
TOOL II: Teach Personality Typology